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Short hand Stenographer Stenotypist Course in Islamabad Bagh Muzaffarabad Kotli Hajira,Short hand Stenographer Stenotypist Course in Islamabad Bagh Muzaffarabad Kotli Hajira,
Shorthand is an abbreviated symbolic writing method that increases speed and brevity of writing as compared to longhand, a more common method of writing a language. The process of writing in shorthand is called stenography, from the Greek stenos (narrow) and graphein (to write).Shorthand is a skill which has been synonymous with Pitman Training, since its creation by our founder, Sir Isaac Pitman in 1837. Needless to say, it has remained as one of our core product offerings, providing Personal Assistants (PAs), legal secretaries, journalists and medical transcribers with a competitive edge.Our shorthand and speedwriting courses are CPD accredited, which is perfect if you have set yourself personal development targets, or are part of an awarding body where continuing personal development is a requirement. Shorthand will bolster your skillset, and improve your career prospects.There are a number of shorthand courses available to study at Pitman Training, taking the original concepts of shorthand training through our Teeline shorthand training range – which can increase your speeds up to as much as 80 words per minute! (Some people have even been known to exceed these speeds!) We also offer a modern take on the shorthand course range, which uses the basic principles of vowels, phonetics and prefixes to adapt your current writing style up to a speed of 40wpm. If you’re looking for online shorthand courses, make sure to get in touch to find out the best courses for you.International College Of Technical Education Admission open for boys and girls new session start on 09 Dec 2019.
Basics of machine stenography
Basics of law and law terminology
Shorthand Professional Course Outline:
The Teeline alphabet
Removal of unnecessary letters
Position of writing
Write shorthand using correct techniques
Read and write shorthand notes
Write shorthand at optimum speed (minimum 60 wpm) with minimum 98% accuracy
Produce transcripts of shorthand notes.